Located in the lovely community of South of Fifth just blocks away from Milo’s, Joe’s, & South Pointe Park, this South Corner Penthouse apartment featuring both eastern and western exposures is perfect for living and vacationing alike.
The 2 Bedroom 2 Bath home boasts a rare unobstructed view of the famed 2nd street beach, as Eastern Exposure floods the living and master with morning light that can also be enjoyed from the unit’s wrap around terrace.
The master includes a bath with dual vanities and separate tub and shower, while the western facing guest suite with private terrace allows for beautiful sunsets and cityscapes. Featuring a pool, and assigned parking there isn’t much more you need living just across the street from one of the worlds most famous tropical destinations.
About The Area
Miami Beach is a south Florida island city, connected by bridges to mainland Miami. Wide beaches stretch from North Shore Open Space Park, past palm-lined Lummus Park to South Pointe Park. The southern end, South Beach, is known for its international cachet with models and celebrities, and its early-20th-century architecture in the Art Deco Historic district with pastel-colored buildings, especially on Ocean Drive
The City has a perfect blend of community spirit and bustling activities that help create a wholesome environment for residents and visitors alike. Tree-lined streets and beautiful, natural parks reflect the charming and unique character of what locals call home. Not to mention, their robust events program is the most exciting in the region, all generously funded by the area’s corporate sponsors. Hosting more than one million visitors each year, the City’s programs infuse into our community a sense of excitement and entertainment, while enriching our diverse social fabric.
Florida is blessed with more than 1300 miles of beautiful coastline and a party vibe that pervades everywhere from the Panhandle to South Beach and the Florida Keys. But for travelers who want to dive deeper into the Sunshine State, all manner of surprising adventures and wildlife encounters await.
Obviously, there’s a time and place for big-hitter attractions such as Walt Disney World, the Kennedy Space Center and Miami, but for many visitors, the best of Florida is away from these touristy hubs, at backwater beaches and the waterways inside Everglades National Park.